Flavio Maluf is a highly recognized entrepreneur in Brazil. He has demonstrated a great contribution to the economy of Brazil through his great organizations. He is on the frontline in mentoring and supporting young businesspersons in this country. He advises upcoming entrepreneurs on the benefits of integrating technology into their daily operations of their businesses.
Flavio was born in Sao Paulo Brazil over 55 years ago. He attended Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation (FAAP) University. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. He also specialized in various courses that include accounting, management of people, rural management, foreign trade and exchange principles among others.
Maluf is not a politician, but he comes from a political family. His father Paulo Maluf is an ardent politician in Brazil. He is committed to the success of his businesses. Currently, he is the chief executive officer of Eucatex. He has been playing these roles for the last twelve years. Besides, he deputizes the current CEO of Eucatex Trading. He also chairs the executive officer’s board in Eucatex S.A.
While mentoring young entrepreneurs, Flavio noted that majority of young people are familiar and passionate about technology. He believes that majority are willing to apply technology to enhance their businesses. Mr. Maluf also realizes that majority of the young people prefer starting their business ventures rather than seeking for employment.
Flavio also notes that using digital platforms to create a business positively affects the economy. Use of digital platforms empowers the jobless youths to start their businesses resulting in the growth of the economy. Besides, Flavio argues that availability of internet boosts entrepreneurship among the youths since it simplifies website opening to market their businesses.
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Maluf is also confident that 2016 and 2017 will be the years when construction industry will start rising again after which the demand of the building materials will significantly rise. He believes that this growth will result in an increase in employment opportunities in Brazil.